Muscle starring Fiona Graham, Marc Menchaca & Reiko Aylesworth is set for its second festival screening at the prestigious Greenwich International Film Festival (GIFF).
Directed by the very talented Heidi Miami Marshall, working from my screenplay, it's a joy to see the film going from strength-to-strength, following its premiere at Buffalo Niagara Film Festival last month.
The festival runs from June 9 - June 12, and Muscle is playing as part of the Narrative Shorts. Be sure to follow Muscle on Twitter and Facebook, as well as GIFF for all the latest details.
I'm very excited to announce Wire Lines, directed by the exceptionally talented Josh Kidd, who also stars.
Working from a story I wrote, Kidd delivers a nuanced performance as Jay, a man who in one single day, has his whole future reconsidered.
Rounding out the cast are the excellent Lara Goldie, Yanis Carreto, Paul Emile and Fiona Graham.
The nine minute film is set for its festival debut in early 2017.
Muscle, starring Fiona Graham, Marc Menchaca & Reiko Aylesworth is set for its world premiere as part of the esteemed Buffalo Niagara Film Festival on April 15th, 2016.
The 14 minute short follows Amanda as she cares for her husband Craig, steadily declining after a long illness. But as her time with him becomes evermore muted, Amanda is reminded that some secrets can't be contained.
Executive produced by Frank Oz and directed by Heidi Miami Marshall working from a screenplay I wrote, I'm excited to see the film making it's grand debut. There are other festival screenings lined up for later in the year, but if you're in the Buffalo Niagara area, be sure to check out the film.
A while back, I shot a music video for my good friend and regular collaborator Gillian Leigh Visco, aka Shadow Monster. I think you'll agree, she did a great job.
During the shoot, I was lucky enough to get some stills with Gill and a few of the featured artists. It was a lot of fun, and I thought it'd be good to share them.
|Kerri Lynn Miller as Catherine & Delphina Belle as Millie|
It's the story of a mother preparing her daughter for a spelling bee, all while trying to handle her own personal challenges.
Producing alongside Miller from a screenplay I'd written, we were joined by some incredibly talented people both in front of and behind the camera.
We'll be working on the film over the coming months and look bringing it to festivals in 2016.